ST MICHAELS CHURCH,Cornhill,City,City Of London,Greater London,EC3,England
OS Grid Ref.: TQ 310 810
Denomination: Church of England
BRONZE FIGURES OF ST MICHAEL SURROUNDED BY CHILDREN AND WILD ANIMALS, HOLDING A SWORD. MOUNTED ON STONE PLINTH.
DURING /THE GREAT WAR/ 1914-1919/ THE NAMES WERE RECORDED ON THIS SITE OF 2130 MEN WHO FROM OFFICES IN THE PARISHES OF THIS UNITED BENEFICE VOLUNTEERED TO SERVE THEIR COUNTRY IN THE NAVY AND THE ARMY AND OF THESE IT IS KNOWN THAT AT LEAST 170 GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD.
Subject / Period
First World War (1914-1918)
Total names on memorial: 0
Served and returned: 0
Exact count: no
Information shown: Unknown
Order of information: Unknown
Attended by: LORD MAYOR OF LONDON
Site: Unknown or N/A
Memorial: Unknown or N/A
Trust fund / scholarship
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SIMILAR GROUP USED FOR 1ST DIVISION MEMORIAL AT CHAPEAU ROUGE CROSSROADS ON D934 SOUTH OF LANDRECIES MEMORIAL IS GRADE 1 LISTED
The Builder 12th Nov 1920
The City Press 6th Nov 1920 Published:W H & L Collingridge Ltd London (City)
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